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Hi Jason,

Interesting article. I am scanning Tom Kelley's (IDEO) book The Ten Face of Innovation. And the "Anthropologist" that Tom talks about does things like what you described here.

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Another book on the topic is Paco Underhill's Airportbook-esque classic "Why we buy: The Science of Shopping"

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